The Braves have managed just two runs in their first two games, both losses to the team predicted to finish last this season in the NL East, the lowly New York Mets.
Peter Hanson fires a 7-under 65 Saturday to break away from the field, but Phil Mickelson shoots 6-under on the back nine and is charging home in second place as the final round of the Masters takes place today in Augusta.
Ron McGhee, a retired lee County educator, tackles a big role this month when portrays Elwood P. Dowd in Theatre Albany's production of the comedy classic "Harvey."
Each week Albany Herald researcher Mary Braswell looks for interesting events, places and people from the past. In today's column, she looks at Easter.
Why you need a cell phone out in the ocean and other things men don't seem to understand.
Every week I train each body part. My favorite training day? Legs! My favorite exercise for training legs? Walking lunges! I love them. Just ask anyone who has ever taken one of my Butts n Guts classes.
Theatre Albany is bringing a Pulitzer prize-winning stage play about a guy and his invisible white rabbit to the stage starting Thursday, April 12.
APD responds to at least 55 incidents
The Georgia MENTOR office in Albany serves 11 counties in Southwest Georgia.
More than 1,500 parents and children scoop up Easter eggs dropped from a helicopter as part of Greenbriar Church's Egg Drop Celebration Saturday.
The reigning ACM Songwriter of the Year draws his inspiration from the deep roots he planted in Albany and Southwest Georgia.
The 2012 winner will be announced at a banquet on May 8.
Staff writer Jim West holds a Q&A with Dr. Karl Dockery.
Check out today's Squawk of the Day!
Servicemen in focus - April 8, 2012
As part of community solidarity with the nationwide protests about the Trayvon Martin case in Sandford Fla., Eddie Bankston’s organization, People Clergy Community Involvement, brought speakers and concerned residents downtown 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at Charles Sherrod Civil Rights Park.
According to Albany Police Department reports: At about 11:50 p.m. Friday a black gunman dressed in black held up Captain D’s Seafood Kitchen at 1902 E. Oglethorpe Blvd. The robber demanded the money bag from a clerk. He then left the restaurant, but Police recovered the plastic bag with the money at the scene.
The Nelson Tift statue project will kick off an initiative to put more street art throughout the city, James Taylor said.
Conservatives are not accustomed to being on the defensive.
See who deserves this week's Thumbs Up!
And when the sabbath was past, Mary Magdalene, and Mary the [mother] of James, and Salome, had bought sweet spices, that they might come and anoint him.
A sense of renewal goes hand in hand with Easter, it seems.
"We have to get beyond the damn rhetoric," Dr. John Bruchalski tells a group of medical students on a recent stop in his second annual National Medical Students for Life Tour. He's talking about the a-word, abortion -- the one many of us just don't want to have to talk about. Including in med school.
I spent a few hours Wednesday morning being schooled on "old Dougherty County," a land of plantations and historic families who've passed on their way of life over several generations.
Jason Dufner and 1992 champ Fred Couples are leading at 5-under, but there is a handful of players within one or two shots after Day 2 of the Masters, including former University of Georgia star Bubba Watson, who is 4-under — but not including Tiger Woods, who is 3-over, and closer to the cut line than the lead.
Returning behind the plate for the first time since a scary leg injury that ended his season a year ago, Lee County native Buster Posey goes 2-for-4 while looking comfortable on his once-injured leg all game.
Albany police respond to at least 42 incidents